• Tian Houwei & Aya Ohori win China Masters

    Changzhou: A resilient Tian Houwei showed he is one of the best men's singles player in China as he overhauled countryman and third seed Qiao Bin 21-15, 15-21, 21-16 to claim the China Masters men's singles title on Sunday.Tian Houwei cements World Championships qualification after winning the China Masters title.

    Tian Houwei cements World Championships qualification after winning the China Masters title.

  • Lin crashes out of China Masters, Tian Houwei in final

    Changzhou: Two-time Olympic champion Lin Dan suffered a surprise defeat to fellow compatriot No. 3 seed Qiao Bin at the China Masters semi-finals on Saturday.Lin Dan is still defying his age.

    Lin Dan is still defying his age.

  • Lin Dan & Tian Houwei in China Masters semis, Chen Long may not make world championships

    Changzhou: Chinese players showed their dominance in Friday’s China Masters quarter-finals at Changzhou, Jiangsu, China, which saw all four semi-final spots monopolized by the Chinese shuttlers.A backhand return from Lin Dan at the 2017 China Masters.

    A backhand return from Lin Dan at the 2017 China Masters.

  • Lin Dan seals World Championship spot by reaching China Masters quarters

    Changzhou: Five-time World Champion Lin Dan has booked his place at this August’s Badminton World Federation (BWF) World Championships that will be held August 21–27 at Emirates Arena in Glasgow, Scotland.Lin Dan shows determination to return to the top of badminton.

    Lin Dan shows determination to return to the top of badminton.

  • Lin Dan one win away from World Championships qualification

    Changzhou: Five-time World Champion Lin Dan will be assured of a World Championships berth if he wins the next match against his junior 19-year-old Zhou Zeqi at the China Masters in Changzhou, China on Thursday.Lin Dan shakes hand with Zheng Qin before the China Masters second round match. (photo: AFP)

    Lin Dan shakes hand with Zheng Qin before the China Masters second round match. (photo: AFP)

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